The Oregon City Woman's Club meets on the second Thursday of each month, September through June. Sign-in begins at 11:00 a.m., followed by a business meeting, luncheon and a speaker or special program.
Oregon City Elks Club - 3rd Floor Ballroom
610 McLoughlin Blvd, Oregon City, OR 97045
Luncheon - $15.00 per person
Since the first meeting on April 1, 1903 the members of the Oregon City Woman's Club have worked together on civic improvement projects and have raised funds to support local and national non-profit agencies working in healthcare, human services, animal protection and other areas of need in our city, county and state. Formed around the idea of women coming together to bring about change through group action, a decade before women won the right to vote in Oregon, founding member Mrs. Eva Emery Dye stated, "like the public school the Woman's Club is a school in citizenship for all women."
Together we make a difference!
From collections of food, stuffed animals, books and personal care items at our monthly luncheons, to our annual monetary donations to local non-profit organizations, the Oregon City Woman's Club has worked to help those in need in the Oregon City area for over 116 years.
In 2019 a total of $8,000 was distributed to 17 programs providing such services as food boxes, weekend meals for school students, homeless outreach, assistance to survivors of domestic violence, and school supplies.
Thank you to all who donated to our annual auction and thank you to all of those who attended and bid on baskets and gift cards!
Watch for our October 2020 Auction announcements.
Proceeds from the auction help provide the funds that we donate to local non-profits each year.
Friends, food, beverages and a chance to help support OCWC's charitable giving through local businesses offering a percent of your purchase at special events.
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Learn more about our club and projects.
A history of women's clubs and links to our state, national and international organizations.